Wow - Faith In Humanity Restored Don't know where to put this, but I don't really care. You have to see this.❤️

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Evita, First Lady of Argentina. A true rags to riches story. She grew up in poverty after her father abandoned her family. When she was 15 she moved to Buenos Aires to be an actress. Less than 10 years later Eva met & married Juan Peron who would eventually become the presdient of Argentina. Eva died of cancer when she was 33.

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WWI hero Jack in full gear

DOGS IN THE CIVIL WAR, A SAD BUT GLORIOUS WAR DOG HISTORY

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American soldier using a knife to probe the floor of a Viet Cong tunnel in the Iron Triangle north of Saigon, South Vietnam. Jan. 1967.

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So sad "Men throw acid on us with the intention of injuring or disfiguring us. Men throw acid on our bodies, burn our faces, smash our noses, melt our eyes, and walk away as happy men. Acid attack is common in Pakistan, Bangladesh, India, Afghanistan, Nepal, Cambodia, and a few other countries. Men throw acid on us because men are angry with us for ending relationships and for refusing sexual harassment, sexual exploitation, proposals of marriage, demands for dowry." - Powerful image and wor...

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Out on patrol, USMC war dogs alert their handlers to the possible presence of Japanese forces in the nearby jungle. While many Marines were skeptical of the War Dog program at first, the dogs quickly proved their worth, and became an essential part of the jungle fighting on Bougainville.....

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During the war, the Coast Guard Beach Patrol covered more than 3,700 mile of coast and employed about 24,000 men. Patrols on horseback worked in pairs, riding about 100 feet apart, usually covering a 2-mile stretch. They were called "Sand Pounders" and were able to cover difficult terrain quickly and efficiently. c 1945 ~

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George Washington's facebook newsfeed... if only we coulda been buddies --- OMG how the hell is this so funny? I'm crying

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Adventures with George Washington

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Joseph P. Kennedy Jr, the oldest child of Joseph and Rose Kennedy, died on 12 August 1944, flying an experimental drone aircraft.

12 August 1944: Joseph P. Kennedy Jr dies in secret drone mission

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《Περίμενε και εμένα Μπαμπά 》 από τον Claude P. Dettloff, New Westminster, Καναδάς, 1 Οκτωβρίου 1940

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People from other countries used to come into this land through the front door. People used to be proud to be an American. People used have pride in working hard. Somewhere along the line people started believing the liberal lie and think they are entitled to hand outs from our hard earned money. Shame on us for allowing this land to be taken over by greed and evil.

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40 Black & White Photos That Cannot Be Explained - BuzzFeed Mobile

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40 Black & White Photos That Cannot Be Explained

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Harriet Tubman’s funeral was held in Auburn after she died March 13, 1913. family photo

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Navajo Code Talker Wilfred Billey joined the U.S. Marine Corps in 1943 as part of the second wave of Navajo code talkers. He died on December 12, 2013 at the age of 90. He was responsible for the Navajo inscription on the group's 2001 Congressional Gold Medal.

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Thought you couldn't tame Zebras?: Lord Walter Rothschild with his famed zebra carriage, which he drove to Buckingham Palace to demonstrate the tame character of Zebras to the public, early 1900’s. #London #History #animals

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Orders in hand, Navy Capt. Marc A. Mitscher, USS Hornet skipper, chats with Lt. Col. James Doolittle, attack group leader of the Army Air Forces. This group of fliers, in coordination between the two services, carried the battle of the Pacific to the heart of the Japanese empire with a daring raid on military targets in major Japanese cities. The USS Hornet carried the 16 North American B-25 bombers to within take-off distances of the Japanese Islands. (U.S. Navy photo)

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From a DVIDSHUB story by Maj. Emily Potter: "Around ten years ago, Robert Bartlett started looking for the aircraft he flew on in Vietnam. Bartlett was the flight engineer aboard tail number 756, which he named 'Flower Power' to counter the atmosphere of civil unrest and negative attitudes towards the war. He didn’t realize that his search, and the aircraft itself, would forge a bond connecting Army Aviators 46 years apart."

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Ironic? lol 1942- Ulysses S. Grant V at the Cavalry Replacement Training Center at Fort Riley. He is the great grandson of the famous general, and giving him orders is Sgt. Keogh, whose two grandfathers took orders from General Grant during the Civil War.

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The Sailor and the nurse from the D-Day kiss picture in Times Square~~

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American soldiers comfort a little girl and her puppy after the invasion of Normandy. Colleville-sur-Mer, 1944.

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Wow - Must read!

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Vanished Persian Army Said Found in Desert. Bronze weapons, a silver bracelet, an earring and hundreds of human bones found in the vast desolate wilderness of the Sahara desert have raised hopes of finally finding the lost army of Persian King Cambyses II. The 50,000 warriors were said to be buried by a cataclysmic sandstorm in 525 B.C.

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Martha Washington. She didn't always look like a grandmother.

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"U.S. Marshals escorting the brave Ruby Bridges. One of the first African Americans to attend a white school." How could anyone have been mean to her?! She is so cute!

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Pilot and actor Jimmy Stewart chatting on the phone in his father’s store after returning from the war, 1945

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